Monday, November 26, 2012

34 Healthy Living eBook Bundle *Review & 48 Hour Sale*




What happens when a bunch of different natural and holistic, health-conscious, homesteading, cooking and baking folks get together and offer 34 of their unique and highly informative downloadable eBooks to you? It's completely awesome!

Now take those 34 various health and wellness downloadable eBooks, regularly a $300 value and offer them in a big ol' bundle for $29 for two days only...

Seriously?! I'm no rocket scientist, but you better jump on that!

On November 26th and 27th (today and tomorrow) ONLY, you can get 34 different ebooks on various subjects like real food recipes, simple living, gardening, pregnancy, and natural health, a $300 value, for only $29!

As you might remember, I recently (recently being within the last two weeks) did a post and giveaway, all thanks to the kind people behind Nourishing Days blog in regards to their two-day-only sale, which starts today BTW!

I was lucky enough to receive the same bundle that I gave away and was asked to do a review of sorts; in all honesty, I didn't even put a dent in the 34 eBooks in the bundle! I did however get to skim through a majority of them and I'm going to quickly review 5 of my favorites....


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Herbal Nurturing by Michele Augur of Frugal Granola was quite the informative read if, like me, you're looking to getting into herbal healing. It not only has 44 pages choked full of at home remedies you can easily put together yourself for any sort of ailment ranging from the common cold and cough remedies to different herbal teas to even 'Mama's Passion Bath Salts,' Michele also attaches easy to follow visual guides with each recipe that lets you know how to use the remedy for it's intended purpose, what to do if you need something quickly, extra warnings, and even a little extra room to put your own notes! 

Definitely an eBook if you're looking for an easy way to get started with herbal healing! 





Must I explain why this ended up in my fav 5 list? Smart Sweets: 30 Desserts to Indulge your Sweet Tooth by Katie Kimball of Kitchen Stewardship has some pretty amazing sounding (and looking I might add) recipes for any person with that undeniable urge for sweet treats. It doesn't matter who you are, if you enjoy a little sugar now and again I have no doubt you'll find a recipe you'll enjoy in this eBook! What I really liked about this particular recipe book is, while easy to use with it's visual 'Time Needed', 'Real Food Rating' and 'Cost' scales with each recipe, Katie has also included and clearly marked gluten free, dairy free, and egg free variations when applicable.





This next book is definitely something both my mom and I need. Heck, I personally believe it's something EVERYONE and their dog should read because we are definitely a society that puts way too much importance on material things! Simple Living: Thirty Days to Less Stuff & More Life by Lorilee Lippincott from Loving Simple Living is all about, you guessed it, living the minimalist lifestyle. With 63 pages covering how to simplify your life one step at a time, the author walks you through how to change things in your life ranging from the tangible, like your junk drawer, to the people in your life to even your everyday routine, diet and monetary spending habits. 

Lorilee definitely breaks down the minimalist life for you and how you can achieve it within 30 days!





Like herbal healing, I've wanted to experiment with making my own beauty products just for the sheer fact of if I make them myself, I'll know what's actually IN them! My Buttered Life, the gift edition by Renee Harris of HardLotion.com lets you easily break into making your own beauty products with her wonderful writing style, charts with ingredient recommendations and where to purchase them and of course the 5 fold rule: 5 easy recipes with 5 ingredients! With each recipe you'll find the purpose and advantage of the product, troubleshooting ideas for if something goes arrey, the cost to make that particular product, links to how-to videos and even people's frequently asked questions. 

I can honestly say Renee has pretty much everything covered in this eBook of hers!





I unfortunately have a black thumb. That doesn't mean I haven't wanted to grow beautiful and tasty things for myself and my family though, and you know what they say: practice makes perfect! What happens if you have no land to grow a garden on though? Apartment Gardening: A Practical Guide to Growing Vegetables in Small Spaces by Jami Leigh of Young Wife's Guide is the eBook you've been looking for! I must admit after skimming through this book, I can honestly say I think this book has the most information I've come across. It has all sorts of information on how to garden and not just for small spaces either. This eBook would be perfect for those who would like to start, but have no idea WHERE to start. Not only that, but there are also chapters on how to preserve what you've grown so you can enjoy the fruits of your labor all year long.

I was even quite impressed she included a chapter all about GMOs since I know a lot of people are in the dark about them.


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Those are just five of my favorite books out of the 34 different books you'll be getting if you order this incredible eBook bundle! I haven't even touched on a lot of the real food recipe, the health and beauty and the pregnancy books either. 

Just as you thought this deal couldn't have gotten any better, wait for it....IT. JUST. DID! 

If you purchase the 34 assorted healthy living eBook bundle for $29 in the next two days, you'll also receive approximately $70 of extras from companies such as Earthpaste, Cultures for Health, Wise Choice Market Store, Hard Lotion and more. You can view all the companies and extras you'll be receiving HERE.

Honestly, I would gladly pay the $29 for all that you would be getting, especially with the $70 worth of freebies that have been added.

Not only was I provided 34 eBooks that range from different topics that I, myself, am very interested in and can't wait to learn about, but I've been introduced to so many new people and incredible blogs through this experience. 

That, my friends, is priceless.






Disclaimer: I was provided the download link for all 34 ebooks courtesy of Nourishing Days. All opinions expressed in the above post are 100% mine and mine alone unless otherwise stated.




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